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Consider for a moment that your story is an important one and that you’re the only one who can tell it.

Only you know how you continue to struggle or how you’ve overcome your struggles, or both. 29 more words


The night before last, I finished reading Angela Hunt’s Esther, which is based off of the Bible story. For those who are unfamiliar with the story of Esther, it can be found in the old testament of the Bible, it is the 17th book in the Bible. 786 more words


Grooves vs. Ruts

Both the dictionary and thesaurus view these two terms as synonyms. And though they are similar in many ways, they each actually differ in both plan and purpose. 506 more words


Lady v/s Warrior

I was strolling through Facebook this morning and came across this picture.

The text read “Why raise your daughter to be a lady when you can raise her to be a warrior”. 732 more words

United...We Stand

On June 16, 1858 more than 1,000 delegates met in the Springfield, Illinois, statehouse for the Republican State Convention.  At 5:00 p.m. they chose Abraham Lincoln as their candidate for the U.S. 478 more words

one word at at time

“one word at at time” Notecard

This drawing below comes from 2014, when a neighbor asked me to draw a picture for her granddaughters to celebrate Purim, the annual feast in memory of their deliverance from when Haman commenced his campaign against the Jews. 117 more words

Celtic Design

Queen Esther's Example: Putting On Our Royal Apparel

There is much we can learn from the Bible account of Queen Esther. An amazing, unique woman, Esther portrayed courage and dignity that was exceptional, all while serving her people at a very critical moment in history. 2,852 more words